Playa del Carmen is situated on the Yucatan peninsula between Tulum (70km) and Cancun (70km) in Mexico. Playa del Carmen has grown from a fishing village into a Mexican town with the greatest population increase.

Playa del Carmen is also famous for its vibrant nightlife. diving in Playa del Carmen is a school of fish, coral gardens and a great deal of different marine creatures.Cenote diving in Mexico is the best thing to experience.

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Scuba diving in Playa del Carmen

Directly facing Playa runs a part of this second-longest barrier reef on earth, that of the Meso-American reef. The dip sites vary because of float, thickness, and topography. All reefs supply a great deal of life and divers interested in getting a closer look in the cracks will highly appreciate this experience.

Overlook in the Reefs at Playa del Carmen:

Los Arcos

Los Arcos is a deep dip with occasionally a very powerful current and so are only acceptable for experienced divers. The reef is 22m-30m thickness. Gaps and cracks filled with life, hard corals, sponges, and sea lovers. All these facets of these walls form a massive bow, the namesake of the dive site. The powerful current guides us and the website and we frequently find turtles, barracudas, stingrays. In the winter, bull sharks and perhaps a sailfish.

Pared Verde

Pared Verde is like Los Arcos and Moc Che Deep, a deep dip with powerful currents. The immersion depth is between 23m-30m and thus only suggested for experienced divers. The reef contains several segments, in the 5m-10m large coral wall with hard corals, sponges, and ferns. Here's a fantastic opportunity to observe lobsters, crabs, turtles, stingrays, and moray eels. In winter, possibly bull sharks.